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11-20-2006 02:51 PM
Transmission worries th350?

I'm not quite sure what your asking. The 350 does have 13 bolts for the pan.

The direct clutchs apply in 3rd,does it also slip in reverse[directs apply in rev as well].

I want to help you,but slipping in 3rd is not usually something simple.

It sounds like trans has given up the ghost.

Are you capable of working on this,if so I will be glad to help you thru this site.
11-20-2006 12:57 PM
Transmision worries th350?

My 78 Chevy transmission has 13 bolts in it's pan and is nearly square with one corner shampherd. I think it's a th350. It slips going into 3rd gear and while driving in second what should i do?

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